5 reasons to run the Patagonia Run

  1. Stunning Argentinean Patagonia scenery
  2. A huge range of distances to cater for all types of runners
  3. Carries plenty of UTMB points for each distance
  4. San Martin de Los Andes is a bustling, quirky, easily accessible town
  5. Slick, professionally organised event

Race Details

Description

The Patagonia Run is a non-stop mountain trail running race which includes 6 distances to cater for athletes of all abilities: from trail run debutants and short-distance runners to long ultra-marathon distances and slope experienced runners.

The race has been voted the Best Trail Run in South America for five years on the trot. The event is sponsored by Mountain Hardware and organised by an experienced, professional team. It’s also an ITRA member and as such brings qualifying points for the UTMB and Western States Endurance Run.

Patagonia Run lakeside

Key Info

Distance: 10km, 21km, 42km, 70km, 100km and 130km
Date: 7th - 8th April 2017
Entry fee:
10km - $85
21km - $130
42km - $190
70km - $225
100km - $240
130km - $270
Race HQSan Martin de los Andes, Argentina
Terrain: Trail Running

Patagonia Run ascent

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